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Seeds are moving into the health spotlight: oil-rich varieties can boost energy, reduce cholesterol, inhibit tumor growth, and promote heart, brain, and immune function. Incorporating these little nutrient bombs into your daily diet is a great way to boost your health without having to give up your favorite foods; in Cooking with Seeds
, Charlyne Mattox shows you how.
With more than 100 real-kitchen recipes, from Long Bean and Poppy Seed Curry to Beef, Carrot, and Flax Seed Meatballs to Chocolate Cupcakes with Seed Butter Ganache, there's something for every palate. Mattox also offers recipes for seed-based basics, such as milks, spreads, and butters, so even if you only have time for a snack you can reap the benefits and enjoy the flavor of these nutritional powerhouses.
From protein-hearty hemp to omega-3-loaded flax, seeds are true nutritional powerhouses. Not only are they good for you, they are downright tasty, too But how do you make the most of these superfoods in your kitchen? Look no further than Cooking With Seeds These mouth-watering recipes for breakfasts, lunches, snacks, dinners, and desserts use seven super-seedschia, flax, hemp, poppy, pumpkin, sesame, and sunfloweras key ingredients.
Incorporating seeds into your daily diet is a great way to boost your health without having to give up your favorite foods; in Cooking With Seeds, there's something for every palate, whether it's Sweet Pea and Sunflower Seed Hummus or Chocolate Cupcakes with Seed Butter Ganache. You'll also find for seed-based basics, such as milks, spreads, and butters, so whether you have time for a full meal or just a snack you can easily reap the benefitsand the flavorof these little nutrient bombs."
From the former Senior Food Editor at Martha Stewart and Real Simple and current Food and Craft Director at Country Living, recipes and tips for incorporating popular and uber-healthy seedsand#151;pumpkin, chia, flax, hemp, poppy, sesame, and sunflowerand#151;into your daily meals
About the Author
Charlyne Mattox is currently Food and Craft Director at Country Living magazine. Previously, she was Food Editor at Martha Stewart and Real Simple. She lives in Birmingham, Alabama.